Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
When you know you have a lot of images to load, or that they are big in size, it can be handy to make a preloader! So let’s make an animated image gallery percentage preloader with CSS and jQuery.
If you building a web system that allows users to enter their own password, then it is always a good idea to give them an instant feedback regarding the strength of their password, so the user can modify the password to make it more secure. Today, we are going to use jQuery plus some simple algorithm to create a beautiful combo password strength indicator + password tips checker. Sound nice? Let’s get started right away!
This is a quick and short introduction to jQuery Library. If you are looking to add jQuery to your project but you don't know where to start, you are in right place. This is part 1 and it will be followed by another parts.
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There are beyond thousands of great jQuery plugins already available on the web and many new jQuery plugins have been released thnaks to a wonderful community of jQuery developers that are responsible of creating incredible things, However it sometime be difficult task to sort through everything single new jquery plugin that been released. That’s why in today’s post you will find 15 new and useful jquery plugins that you can find directly on GitHub so you can fork it to make it even better.
This article shows how you can show a route on your GMap.NET control. It is assumed that you know how to setup a GMap.NET project, and set your map to your desired location.
A tutorial for using the excellent GMap.NET control, this text will explain how to place a map control on a form, how to initialize it to show the coordinates you want, how to add markers to it, and how to add polygons.
"This script - uses OAuth in a jquery plugin to authenticate users on your website using their Dropbox account credentials. - pulls the user details from its Dropbox account and displays the same on your webpage. - has logout facility."
In this tutorial, we are going to shows you how to build your own Parallax Scrolling effect powered by jQuery.
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